I play at a place called CPX on the last Sunday of each month. This is one of my favorite fields they have.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awtwB27G4w0
This next video is kind of humerous. It is on Armageddon which is a bombed out city with 2 towers.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtrwB3P2ufU
Also for the guy who was talking about backyard airsoft....What is it?
Backyard Airsoft is a loose term for airsofting on property that you shouldn't play on, such as:
1. Your Front AND Back Yard.
3. Parks/Trails/Public Property.
4. Forest Preserves.
5. Anywhere within public view.
who take part in this activity are usually looked down upon by more
experienced airsoft players, even though they may have done so in the
past themselves. It's something most people have had to learn not to
do, by other players teaching them.Why? Is It Illegal?
likely you are either trespassing, littering, or something worse. It
may or may not be illegal according to the books, but it's simply
unsafe. Yours and everyone else's safety should be top priority. While
airsofting, your BBs should not be able to reach any bystanders and/or
their property. And just because you think "No one owns this land",
someone does, whether it be a neighbor, a business, or by the
city/state. Who are you to assume no one is going to be walking back
where you are playing? Mail man, hiker, child, meter reader, surveyor,
anyone! Most people assume since their yard is fenced in, they are
okay. Fence or no fence, it doesn't matter! It's just as bad! Airsoft
guns are replicas, they are meant to look real, and they do a damned
good job. People will freak out over them, especially police officers.Why is it Looked Down on by Other Airsofters?
work hard to maintain a positive image, and then some idiots go out
waving a "gun" around and a police officer shoots them. Now it's all
over the news, and the law is directly involved. Lawmakers try to ban
airsoft guns, and we have to fight back. They let us, but we don't have
the power or numbers to stop them if they really want ban it. Not many
people other than ourselves are going to stick up for replica guns. The
average person does not understand airsoft, and most likely never will.What Can Happen to me?
depends on a lot of factors. Maybe nothing - maybe you will be shot by
a real firearm. Is that really a chance you are willing to take? For
what? You are willing to give the rest of your life away for an hour of
fun? Don't be stupid, It's not worth it. You may be issued tickets,
they may confiscate your replicas, they may fine you, they may take you
in, they may take your life. No one can say what will happen, a lot of
factors have to be evaluated. One way or another, the outcome probably
won't be good for anyone involved.It's my only place to play!?
are, it's not. There are fields all over the place that people don't
know about. Click on FORUM and ask if you need help! If you really
don't have a field in the area, there are better ways to go about it.
Maybe you have family or friends that own land. Maybe you can get
permission from a land owner? You need to handle it properly, get
written permission, talk to your town, check the local & state
laws. Maybe you can obtain permission, and only have to post signs on
the perimeter. Alert the law enforcement in the area, the neighbors,
and don't be within view of the public. It's not the best way to handle
things, but it's at least notifying people of what's going, and much